JOB: Lecturer in the History of the Atlantic World, c. 1500 to 1800, Royal Holloway, University of London (1 April 2016)

Candidates are invited for the post of Lecturer in the History of the Atlantic World, c.1500 to c.1800. Applicants with research specialisms in any one or more of the geographical regions constituting the Atlantic World – including North America, Latin America, the Caribbean, West Africa and maritime Europe – are welcome. Preference may be given to candidates…

EVENT: African-American Playwrights – The 20th Century (27-28 February)

African American Playwrights: The 20th Century Saturday 27 February, 10.30am – 4.30pm and Sunday 28 February 11am – 1.30pm Cottesloe Room, Clore Learning Centre, National Theatre £70 (£55 concessions, bursaries available) Enjoy a weekend exploring some of the best-known as well as overlooked black American dramatists of the 20th Century. Over two days we will…

JOB: Lecturer in US History, University of Birmingham (16 March)

The University of Birmingham is looking for a historian to extend its expertise in the history of the United States in any period from the Colonial/Revolutionary era through the 20th Century. Within these broad temporal parameters the thematic and chronological expertise are open, though candidates’ research should ideally fall within one or more of the…

JOB: Raymond and Beverly Sackler Chair of History and Culture of the United States, Leiden University (4 March)

Full Professor, Raymond and Beverly Sackler Chair of History and Culture of the United States,   1,0fte Vacancy nr. 16-027 Since its establishment in 1966, the chair in North-American history, which in 2002 became the The Raymond and Beverly Sackler Chair for History and Culture of the United States and the Americas, has occupied a prominent…

CFP: Society for the History of Women in the Americas Conference (4 April 2016)

  Society for the History of Women in the Americas Annual Conference Wednesday 29th June 2016 Royal Holloway, University of LondonThe Society for the History of Women in the Americas (SHAW) welcomes proposals for its ninth annual conference, co-organised with The Bedford Centre for the History of Women, Royal Holloway, University of London. The theme…

Lecturer in American History Post 1800, University of Sheffield (10 March 2016)

  The Department of History at the University of Sheffield is seeking to appoint a Lecturer in American History Since c. 1800. We are interested in applications from historians of North, Central, South, and/or Caribbean America. This is an exciting time to join the Department. We are actively recruiting to a number of posts to…

Lecturer in American History Before 1860, University of Exeter (15 March 2016)

  The University of Exeter seeks to appoint a full time, permanent post of Lecturer in American History/History of the Americas who will contribute to extending the research profile of History at Exeter, particularly in areas related or complementary to American History/History of the Americas pre-1860, or the Atlantic World, 1600-1850, including slavery, or material…

CFP: BrANCH Postgraduate and Early Career Workshop (12 February 2016)

BrANCH Postgraduate and Early Career Workshop Keele University 18 March 2016 We are pleased to invite papers for the BrANCH postgraduate and early career workshop, to be held at Keele University on March 18th, 2016. The workshop provides a forum for the constructive consideration and discussion of thesis chapters, potential journal submissions and conference papers.…

Lecturer in International History, University of Leeds (2 February 2016)

Lectureship in International History Location:  Leeds – Main Campus Faculty/Service:  Faculty of Arts School/Institute:  School of History Category:  Academic Grade:  Grade 7 to Grade 8 Salary:  £31,656 to £46,414 per annum Closing Date:  Tuesday 02 February 2016 Reference:  ARTHI1021 Available from September 2016 Applications are invited for a Lectureship in International History, post-1945, in the School…

HOTCUS Winter Symposium, Registration Open

HOTCUS Winter Symposium: Registration Open Registration for the HOCUS Winter Symposium “Ordinary People: Grassroots Organising and Protest Movements in Twentieth Century America” is open. https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/hotcus-winter-symposium-tickets-20416521365 The programme and travel information are available here: http://hotcus.org.uk/events/winter-symposium/ Registration closes on 4 February 2016.